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Nail art will always have its place, but a new twist on this that we’re digging is the idea of nail architecture. Thanks to celeb nail artist and Nail Rock founder Zoe Pocock, we can build gorgeous nail looks with the likes of glitter, sequins, and other fancy add-ons.
I thought this was too messy to use. The polish itself was not the greatest either. A little sticky. I think it's a good concept but I didn't enjoy using it.1
It's was just not for me being a nurse it did not seem partial since I have to wash my hands all the time . The product stayed on for two days and ten it started to crack and peel !1
I was excited to try this, but the Nail Rock in Velvet Burgundy is BAD! I only had it on one day. The Velvet was weird to put on and it came off in clumps, once i had it on kind of even I figured it did kind of look cool. BUT... It collected lint from everything I touched. I am ether going to give it to my 12 year old niece or trash it. I would suggest not buying this!1
I finally got around to using this prouct, overall, no thanks. Aside from the way too deep blue for me color, it was just too messy to use.1
Great concept, but this product is so messy! Who has the time to apply loose glitter to nails? I found it very difficult to apply and it didn't even stay on long once applied.1
It looks really cute for about an hour and then as the glitter keeps falling off its starts to look really juvenile. I got a clear polish with blue/green glitter. When I painted my nails blue first on a second attempt it looked cute for almost a whole day but I would never recommend anyone actually spend money on this.1
Hated it. Gets everywhere doesn't work well with a top coat as the clear coat some how diminishes the look.1
I was not impressed with this product. I can see the appeal in concept. But in reality it is messy and it felt cheap. I would not recommend this product. The loose glitter got everywhere and when applied stuck in weird angles. I fussed with this product more than I would have liked to.1
This product experience was a total hot mess. I wasn't too keen on the velvet idea and would have preferred glitter any day, but we tried it anyway. My daughters are 12 & 14 and they love any kind of nail art.
We followed the directions, but made a massive mess in the process and ended up with velvet flocks everywhere. I really think that instead of having the velvet in a tub, it should be in some sort of a tube or application pen. Or, it should come with some sort of tongs to apply it with instead of using your other hand of freshly painted nails.
Fuzzy nails - this reminds me of the 90s. I got a laugh when i opened my birch box because this is totally not my style. However i tried it just for fun. After the fuzzy stuff gets wet, your nails are SOS and it looks like overly-worn dried up velvet. Will have to give this to my 8 year old cousins. They will enjoy it more than me.1